Are you tired of hearing all the same promises from real estate agents and not knowing what to believe? That’s how I felt before I became an agent, and that is why I’ve always had one firm belief – from the beginning of the process to the end, every minute I spend is dedicated to making me your favourite real estate Broker. I also don’t want you to just be happy during the process of buying or selling real estate; I want you to be so ecstatic that you never forget my name! I’m Claire Weston of Royal LePage Trinity Realty Brokerage, with offices in Stayner, Collingwood, The Blue Mountains and Wasaga Beach, to better serve you and I’m excited to begin a working relationship with you with regard to all of your real estate needs.
One way in which I accomplish this with every client is that I know Clearview and surrounding area, like the back of my hand. I keep up with all the news and developments going on in the Southern Georgian Bay area, including Barrie, Stayner, Creemore, Wasaga Beach, The Blue Mountains and Collingwood, Ontario. It is my firm belief that you can’t be involved in Real Estate and do a good job for your clients if you don’t thoroughly know the neighbourhoods. When a buyer gives me guidance on what they are looking for, it is my vast knowledge that helps me choose which real estate listings to show them, whether it is Waterfront homes, retirement communities, Investment property, Recreational property, or something else. I have a lot to offer in terms of honesty, integrity, dependability, and knowledge of the real estate industry and how it works. I recently completed the SRES® course which qualifies me to work with clients in the 50+ marketplace, helping them through lifestyle transitions involving relocation, refinancing, or selling the family home. As well, I have recently received my accreditation from NAGAB (National Association of Green agents and Brokers), AGA®, endorsing my commitment to promote energy conservation, energy efficiency and environmental sustainability, in properties I sell and lease. I’ve recently received a Social® Marketer designation from Royal LePage, so I am accessible via twitter, facebook, Linked In and youtube.
Availability is another facet of professionalism that I believe to be very important. Because I give my clients focused, individual attention while showing properties for sale, I may not be immediately available for every call, but you can be rest assured that I will return the call the moment I am free. No calls go unreturned past the end of the business day.
Buying or selling a home is a process, and you can count on me to be there every step of the way. Whether this is your first time or your hundredth time, I won’t allow anything to fall through the cracks. My attention to detail means your transaction will go smoothly and as stress-free as I can possibly make it.
Besides my efforts, you also have the other Real estate agents at Royal LePage Trinity Realty Brokerage with offices in Stayner, Wasaga Beach, The Blue Mountains and Collingwood and all the firm’s resources at your disposal. So, when you want kept promises and results, Claire Weston is the real estate Broker to choose!
My goal is to help you find your way home! Remember, helping you is what I do!
I have a lot to offer in terms of honesty, integrity, dependability, and knowledge of the real estate industry and how it works. Let me help you to realize your dream home, move into your first home or find your first investment property!
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Look forward to hearing from you,
Your Community Realtor® for life,
This beautifully restored red brick century home has been totally remodelled from top to bottom! Modern open concept Kitche, living and Dining room. Master bedroom with private balcony, main floor bedroom or home office with separate deck and entrance. This home is conveniently located mere steps from the Down Town sector, walking trails and a short drive to Blue Mountain and Sunset Point Beach! Quick access to major highways! Be sure and do the virtual tour and book your private showing, before it's gone!
This fantastic Executive Family Home is a all brick raised bungalow, backing onto Forest. Walking trails are nearby, and the Wold's longest stretch of freshwater beach is a few minutes drive away! Beautiful perennial gardens await your presence to enjoy them! Beautiful Jatoba hardwood floors throughout. Be sure and do the virtual tour and book your private showing, before it's gone!
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Helping you is what I do!
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In a tale of extraordinary human survival, an Indonesian teenager has managed to keep himself alive for 49 days while floating adrift in a flimsy hut for thousands of miles across the Pacific Ocean. Aldi Novel Adilang, 19, was working lonely shifts as a lamp keeper for a floating fish trap, 80 miles off the coast of Indonesia’s North Sulawesi in July when strong winds broke the mooring and pushed him far out to sea. He was eventually rescued in late August by a ship sailing under a Panama flag that picked him up in the waters near Guam and then dropped him off in Japan, reported the Jakarta Post. Mr Aldi, who was finally reunited with his family in early September, had struggled to keep his spirits up when 10 passing ships failed to spot his plight, revealed an Indonesian consular official in the southern Japanese city of Osaka. “Aldi said he had been scared and often cried when adrift. Every time he saw a large ship, he said he was hopeful, but more than ten ships had passed him, none of them stopped,” said Fajar Firdaus, a diplomat. Mr Aldi’s ordeal finally ended on August 31 Credit: Indonesian Consulate General, Osaka /Indonesian Consulate General, Osaka Mirza Nurhidayat, the Indonesian consul general in Osaka, explained that Mr Aldi’s hut, known as a Rompong, did not have a paddle or an engine. After his meagre food supplies ran out, he had to catch fish and drink sea water to survive. “After he ran out of cooking gas, he burned the rompong’s wooden fences to make fire for cooking. He drank by sipping water from his clothes,” he said. Pacific Ocean fish trap rescue map Mr Aldi’s ordeal finally ended on August 31 when he saw the tanker ‘Arpeggio’ sailing nearby. After failing to attract attention by waving a cloth, he switched his radio to an emergency frequency and the ship’s captain picked it up. The rescue was complicated by high waves and crew members threw a rope to help him as the ship circled his tiny craft. In desperation, Mr Aldi jumped into the water to reach it and was eventually pulled to safety. Mr Aldi's ordeal has highlighted the perils faced by lamp keepers who take on the isolated job of looking after fish traps Credit: Indonesian Consulate General, Osaka The captain contacted the coastguard of Guam, a tiny US territory, but was told to carry on his planned route to Japan, where Mr Aldi could be helped by his embassy. Although his journey had a happy ending and Mr Aldi is now in good health, his story has also highlighted the perils faced by lamp keepers who take on the isolated job of looking after fish traps. Mr Aldi's journey had a happy ending and he is now in good health Credit: Indonesian Consulate General, Osaka Mr Aldi had been contracted to light lamps around the Rompong to attract and trap fish, and only had a walkie-talkie for company. His only contact with another human being was once a week when someone would come to harvest the caught fish and give him a fresh batch of food, fuel and water.
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